This Famous Sili Ice Cream From Bicol Now Delivers To Metro Manila
Have you ever tried spicy ice cream?
If you've ever gone on a food trip to Bicol, you know that a scoop of refreshing ice cream doesn't always have to be sweet and fruity for you to enjoy it. Sometimes, it needs a spicy kick. For Manila folks who want to try this province's famous spicy ice cream, 1st Colonial now delivers their famous sili ice cream to Metro Manila.
1st Colonial, a famous restaurant located in Legazpi, Albay, is known for its Sili Ice Cream (P95/cup, P325/pint, P790/half gallon) that comes in four spicy levels: level 1, level 2, level 3, and volcano. This not-your-typical local ice cream flavor tastes sweet on the tongue but then leaves a lingering spicy sensation in the throat.
You can also indulge in 1st Colonial's other ice cream flavors, too! They have different ice creams highlighting unique local flavors like the Pili, Tinutong Na Bigas, Carmelado, Malunggay, and Cacao. These cost P95 per cup, P325 per pint, and P790 per half-gallon.
1st Colonial's signature dishes are also available for delivery. You can now have a taste of their Colonial Liempo (P359), Colonial Embutido (P325), Pinangat (P129, frozen), Tinungang Manok (P299), and Sopas Halaan (P315). Bottled goods are available, too, and we highly recommend the Chili Bagoong (P230).
1st Colonial's ships their food items from Katipunan, Quezon City since their only Metro Manila-based branch located at NAIA Terminal 3 is currently closed. Delivery can be done via Grab or Lalamove and the delivery fee shall be shouldered by the customer.
To place an order, message 1st Colonial on Instagram. You can check their Instagram Highlights for the full menu and prices.
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